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'''The John Carter Brown Library''' is an independently funded research library of history and the humanities, part of Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. The Library is recognized as possessing one of the world’s finest collections of rare books and maps relating to the European discovery, exploration, settlement, and development of the New World until c. 1820.
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CountryUnited States
TypeAcademic library
ScopeHistory and Humanities
EstablishedMid-1800's
LocationBrown University in Providence, Rhode Island
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Items collectedBooks
Collection size50,000
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Media Type
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texts
Topics & Subjects
32
Indian linguistics
30
CSAIP
13
Catholic Church
8
Indians of North America
7
John Carter Brown Library
6
Indians of South America
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Collection
101
American Libraries
84
John Carter Brown Library
32
John Carter Brown Library - Spanish America Collection
25
John Carter Brown Library - Indigenous Collection
19
John Carter Brown Library - Peru Collection
15
John Carter Brown Library - German Collection
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Creator
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john carter brown library
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torres rubio, diego de, 1547-1638
4
borges carneiro, manuel, 1774-1833
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juan de la concepción, 1724-1787
3
malouet, pierre-victor, baron, 1740-1814
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unknown
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Language
38
Spanish
23
English
14
French
11
German
8
Portuguese
4
Latin
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